Working in animation, video games and comics, i encounter this questions more than I’d like to. I was surprised how so many people don’t have a clue, and its a very sincere and valid question, because education doesn’t make people understand each other naturally.
Thank you for reading, I hope its useful.
Is your character, for example, a doctor that happens to be a woman/gay/trans/ethnic, or a woman/gay/trans/ethnic that happens to be a doctor? There is a biiiiiig difference.
Popwatch is running a contest to determine the best YA novel of all time. 60 novels were chosen for the honor, and after a week of voting it’s come down to just two: the Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling and The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.
I assume everyone reading this is familiar with…
I used to be a huge John Green fan, I was so excited when TFIOS came out. I devoured it in hours, but I didn’t like it at all. I couldn’t put my finger on why, and since everyone else around me LOOOOOVED it, I figured it must have just been me. This review finally helped me realize why I didn’t like it; it’s pretentious.
Twisted Existence Chapter 10
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